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The Computer Magazine Archives

With the re-branding of computing power and machines as something welcome in the home and not just the workshop, a number of factors moved forth to sell these machines and their software to a growing and large group of customers. Besides the introduction of more elegant cases and an increased presence by larger and larger firms, a strong argument can be made that one of the forces was the proliferation of computer-related magazines and newsletters that gave a central, printed home for writing about computers. Rising from user support groups, computer companies themselves, and publishing houses willing to risk cash and time to fund them, these magazines set the stage for the home computer revolution.

This collection consists of dozens of magazine runs, digitized from fading piles of older magazines by an army of anonymous contributors. In some cases, quality is variant, due to the rareness of the issues. Special thanks and recognition are given to sites bombjack.org, atarimagazines.com.

This collection is primarily of computer magazines written in the english language. There are additional collections in other languages: Spanish-language computer magazines. There are also collections of gaming magazines and computer-related newsletters.

General Computing Magazines
68 Micro Journal ACE Magazine Aktueller Software Markt (German) Aktueller Software Markt (German) (Alternate)
Baron's MicroComputing Reports Big K Magazine Blacklisted! 411 Blip Magazine
BYTE Magazine BYTE Magazine (Rescans) c't: Magazin Fur Computer Technik (German) CDi Magazine
CD Interactief (Netherlands) CE Lifestyles Compute! Magazine Computer + Video Giochi (Italian)
Computer Age Computer Idea Magazine (Italian) Computer Input Magazine (NZ) Computer Language
Computer Monthly Computer Notes Computer Power User Computer Programmert Zur Unterhaltung (German)
Computer Shopper Computer Kontakt Computronic CE Tips
Creative Computing CVG Magazine Digit Magazine EDN Magazine
Electronique et Loisirs (French) Elektuur Magazine Enter Magazine Family Computing
First Glimpse Gambler Magazine (Polish) Geracao Prologica (Brazil) Hacker Journal (Italian)
Hacker Journal (Italian) (Alt.) Happy Computer (German) Home Computer Magazine Home Computing Weekly
IGN Unplugged Informatica CPU Input Magazine INPUT Magazine (Spanish)
Interface Age IO Programmo (Italian) K Magazine (Italian) K Power
Kilobaud Microcomputing Laser Bug Magazine (UK) LED Micro Magazine (French) Let's Compute
Linux For You Mean Machines Mean Machines (Alt.) Micro 6502 Journal
Micro Adventurer Micro Cornucopia Micro Adventurer (Alt.) Micro Hobby Magazine
Micro Kids Micro Magazine Micro Sistemas (Brazil) Midnite Software Gazette
MSX Amiga CPU Magazine (Brazil) Next Generation Magazine Nuova Magazine (Italian) NZ Bits and Bytes
Personal Computer World (UK) PC Action Magazine PC Review Magazine PC Mania Magazine
PC Open (Italian) PC Player Magazine (German) PC Today Magazine Popular Computing Weekly
Power Play (German) Processor Newspaper Raze Magazine Raze Magazine (Alt.)
Sandhills Reference Secret Service (Polish) Smart Computing Magazine SoftGold Magazine
Softline Magazine SoftSide Magazine Software Development Times Super Soft Magazine (Japanese)
The One Total! Magazine Tux Magazine Win Magazine (Italian)
Your Computer Magazine Your Computer Magazine (Alt.) Zero Magazine Zero Magazine (Alt)
Zzap! (Italian)
Apple Magazines
Apple 2000 Australian Apple Review Computist Contact
Golden Magazine (French) Golden Magazine (Alt) Hardcore Apple Incider Magazine
Open Apple Gazette
Acorn Magazines
Acorn Programs Elbug Magazine Laserbug Magazine Acorn Programs (Alt)
Acorn User Magazine Electron User The Micro User
Amstrad Magazines
8000 Plus Magazine 8000 Plus Magazine Amstrad Action Amstrad Professional/PC Soft
Amtix CPC Attack
Atari Magazines
A.N.A.L.O.G. Computing A.N.A.L.O.G. Inserts ANTIC Magazine Atari Computing (UK)
Atari Corporate Magazines Atari Explorer Atari ST User Atari User Magazine (UK)
New Atari User/Page 6 Page 6 Magazine ST Amiga Format ST Log
STart Magazine ST Format Magazine ST Action Magazine Input/Output Magazine
Atari Connection
Commodore Computer Magazines
64er Magazine (German) AC's Tech for the Commodore Amiga AC's Guide to the Commodore Amiga Ahoy! Magazine
Ahoy! Magazine (Alt.) Amazing Computing AmigActive Amiga Action Magazine
Amiga Computing Magazine Amiga Down Under Amiga Fever Amiga Force Magazine
Amiga Format Amiga Joker (German) Amiga Informer Amiga Insider (German)
Amiga Point of View Amiga Power Magazine Amiga Shopper Amiga Shopper (Alt.)
Amiga User International Amiga World ANTIC's Amiga Plus Magazine Australian Commodore Amiga Review
Commodore Microcomputers CPU Magazine Cevi-Aktuell Magazine (German) COMPUTE!'s Amiga Resource
Commander Magazine Commander Magazine Commodore C16plus/4 Handbook Commodore Computing International
Commodore Disk User Commodore Disk User (Alt.) Commodore Format Commodore Horizons
Commodore Magazine Commodore Microcomputer Commodore Power Play Commodore User
Commodore World Compute! Gazette CU Amiga Die Hard
Go 64! Magazine (German) The Guide to Computer Living Info Magazine INFO Magazine
Input Commodore Lotek64 Magazine NewTekniques OZamiga Magazine
Professional Amiga User Magazine RUN Magazine ST Amiga Format Transactor Magazine
Total Amiga TPUG Newsletter VICTape Computing Workbench Magazine
Your 64 Magazine Your Commodore Magazine Zzap 64 Magazine
Dragon Computer Magazines
Data Dragon World Dragon User
Kaypro Magazines
Kaypro Profiles
MSX Magazines
MSX Fan Magazine (Japanese) MSX Fan Magazine (Japanese) (Alt) MSX Magazine (French) MSX Micro Magazine (Brazil)
MSX Top Class
MSX World (Spanish)
Sinclair Computer Magazines
Crash Magazine Magazine ZX Sinclair User Sync Magazine
Your Sinclair Magazine Your Spectrum Magazine ZX Computing Magazine ZX Computing Magazine (Alt.)
ZX Shed Magazine
Tandy/Radio Shack Computer Magazines
80 Micro 80 U.S. Magazine/Basic Computing 80 Microcomputing Australian Rainbow
Color Computer Magazine H&E Computronics DOS Plus Newsletter Micro-80 Magazine (Australia)
Rainbow Magazine S-Eighty Magazine Tandy Answers Magazine Trace Magazine
TRS-80 Microcomputer News Under Color Magazine
The Computer Magazine Rack (Unsorted Individual Issues of Magazines)
The Computer Magazine Rack Texas Instruments Magazines

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dragon 191
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software houses 184
sinclair 183
web 183
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msx 176
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amiga shopper 171
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video toaster 158
amazing computing 155
computer games 155
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coco 148
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joystick 146
jsr 146
midi 146
sao paulo 143
Riviste informatiche 142
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nintendo 141
antic 140
open forum 139
cpu 138
magazine 137
rainbow 136
sprite 136
pc games hardware 134
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melbourne house 130
programming 130
desktop publishing 129
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randomize usr 128
Thinkdigit Magazine 125
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intel 125
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geos 123
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micro journal 123
fur die 122
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program listing 122
dot matrix 120
floating point 119
input 119
shopper 119
game boy 117
OXM 116
Official Xbox Magazine 116
Computer idea 115
amiga computing 115
cpc 115
mini office 115
voce 115
vou 114
fur den 113
przez 113
creative computing 112
LANGUAGE
english 11,818
german 497
italian 224
polish 111
japanese 85
portuguese 51
russian 24
spanish 19
danish 11
hmong 1
SHOW DETAILS
Title
Date Published
Creator
BYTE Magazine
209
ITEMS
421,509
VIEWS
421,509
Byte magazine was a microcomputer magazine, influential in the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s because of its wide-ranging editorial coverage. Whereas many magazines from the mid-1980s had been dedicated to the MS-DOS (PC) platform or the Mac, mostly from a business or home user's perspective, Byte covered developments in the entire field of "small computers and software", and sometimes other computing fields such as supercomputers and high-reliability computing. Coverage was...
Compute! Magazine Archive
170
ITEMS
351,186
VIEWS
351,186
From Wikipedia: Compute! (ISSN 0194-357X) was an American computer magazine that was published from 1979 to 1994, though it can trace its origin to 1978 in Len Lindsay's PET Gazette, one of the first magazines for the Commodore PET computer. In its 1980s heyday Compute! covered all major platforms, and several single-platform spinoffs of the magazine were launched. The most successful of these was Compute!'s Gazette, catering to Commodore computer users. The magazine's original goal was to...
Amiga Format Magazine
234
ITEMS
281,649
VIEWS
281,649
Amiga Format was a British computer magazine for Amiga computers, published by Future plc. The magazine lasted 136 issues from 1989 to 2000. The magazine was formed when, in the wake of selling ACE to EMAP, Future split the dual-format title ST/Amiga Format into two separate publications (the other being ST Format). At the height of its success the magazines sold over 170,000 copies per month, topping 200,000 with its most successful ever issue. Amiga Format can be thought of the...
Digit Magazine
126
ITEMS
253,250
VIEWS
253,250
Digit is an Indian monthly technology magazine published by 9.9 Media. According to the Indian Readership Survey (IRS 2011) it has a circulation of about 1,00,000 and a readership of over 2,49,000. The same survey results suggest that it is the most read technology magazine in India, higher than even the combined readership of its peers (e.g., Chip, PC Quest, T3, etc.). It is circulated in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and some other countries. It was started in 2001 by Jasubhai Digital Media Pvt....
Compute! Gazette (1983-1990)
84
ITEMS
164,428
VIEWS
164,428
From Wikipedia: COMPUTE!'s Gazette (ISSN 0737-3716) was a computer magazine of the 1980s, directed at users of Commodore's 8-bit home computers. Publishing its first issue in July 1983, the Gazette was a Commodore-only daughter magazine of the computer hobbyist magazine COMPUTE!. An example of MLX type-in program code as printed in COMPUTE!'s Gazette. COMPUTE!'s Gazette contained both standard articles and type-in programs. Many of these programs were quite sophisticated and lengthy. To assist...
Topics: Commodore, Compute Gazette, Magazine
80 Microcomputing Magazine
75
ITEMS
161,913
VIEWS
161,913
80 Microcomputing, also known as 80 Micro, was the most famous of the TRS-80 magazines and the best remembered. It was the first of the platform-specific computer magazines to become very popular, creating a model that many other magazines followed. Harry McCracken, former editor-in-chief of PC World, described PC World as "essentially an 80 Micro clone that happened to be about Windows, not TRS-80’s." 80 Microcomputing published for 101 issues from January 1980 to June 1988, plus...
Processor Newspaper
312
ITEMS
152,073
VIEWS
152,073
Processor Newspaper, the official paper of Processor.com.
Smart Computing Magazine
108
ITEMS
150,868
VIEWS
150,868
SmartComputing is a monthly computing and technology magazine published by Sandhills Publishing Company in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA. It was formerly known as PC Novice, and the first issue rolled out in 1990.
Creative Computing Magazine
90
ITEMS
145,777
VIEWS
145,777
Creative Computing was one of the earliest magazines covering the microcomputer revolution. Published from October 1974 until December 1985, Creative Computing covered the whole spectrum of hobbyist/home/personal computing in a more accessible format than the rather technically oriented BYTE. The magazine was founded by David H. Ahl, who sold it to Ziff-Davis in the early 1980s, but remained as Editor-in-Chief. Featured writers included Robert Swirsky, David Lubar, and John J. Anderson. The...
Amiga Computing Magazine
114
ITEMS
143,551
VIEWS
143,551
Amiga Computing (UK Edition) issues 1-127 (June 1988 - October 1997) Amiga Computing was a long-lived and respected magazine published initially by Europress, and later IDG, covering most aspects of the Amiga; although games were covered, the focus was on more serious subjects. Like most Amiga magazines, the page count peaked in the early-mid 90's, before dropping dramatically later in the decade. Amiga Computer finally ceased publication in 1997; short-lived US and Greek editions only lasted...
131,046
The Rainbow was a monthly magazine for the TRS-80 Color Computer by the Tandy Corporation (now RadioShack). It was started by the late Lawrence C. Falk (commonly known as Lonnie Falk) and was published from July 1981 to May 1993 by Falk's company, Falsoft, which was based in Prospect, Kentucky. The first issue of the magazine was a double-sided single sheet printed on a Radio Shack printer. Falk photocopied 25 of the debut issue, and sold them for $1.00. After the first batch sold out, he made...
Computer Power User Magazine
114
ITEMS
128,593
VIEWS
128,593
Computer Power User (or CPU) is a monthly computing and technology magazine published by Sandhills Publishing Company in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA. It has been in circulation since December 2001. The magazine features articles, reviews of hardware and software, editorial content and classified advertising. It is geared toward more advanced users than its sister publication, SmartComputing. Regular guest writers used to include Chris Pirillo. CPU Magazine differs from most other computing...
Computer Magazine Rack
343
ITEMS
128,239
VIEWS
128,239
This collection consists of a variety of magazines, digitized from a number of sources, that do not have a comprehensive and non-comprehensive collection available.
Amiga World Magazine
111
ITEMS
127,087
VIEWS
127,087
Amiga World was a magazine dedicated to the Amiga computer platform. It was a prominent Amiga magazine, particularly in the United States, and was published by IDG Publishing from 1985 until April 1995. The first several issues were distributed before the computer was available for sale to the public. Issue 3 (Vol 2 No 1, January 1986) featured the artist Andy Warhol.
CU Amiga Magazine
103
ITEMS
125,694
VIEWS
125,694
It is with great regret that I have to inform you that the October 1998 issue of CU Amiga will be the last ever published. CU Amiga Magazine recently dipped into a state of unprofitability, from which it looked unlikely to emerge. The decision to close the magazine was taken by EMAP in light of the magazine's overall financial performance and the lack of prospects for any immediate or short term recovery. It is ironic that CU Amiga should close as the world's best selling Amiga magazine, but...
Crash Magazine Archive
198
ITEMS
107,621
VIEWS
107,621
Crash was a magazine dedicated to the ZX Spectrum home computer. It was published from 1984 to 1991 by Newsfield Publications Ltd until their liquidation, and then until 1992 by Europress. Crash was initially launched in 1983 by Roger Kean, Oliver Frey and Franco Frey as a mail order software catalogue that included several pages of reviews. It then launched as a magazine in February 1984, maintaining its focus squarely on Spectrum gaming (unlike its competitors, which tended to feature more...
PC Today Magazine
110
ITEMS
99,351
VIEWS
99,351
PC Today is a monthly mobile computing and technology magazine published by Sandhills Publishing Company in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA.
CVG Magazine Archives
127
ITEMS
97,674
VIEWS
97,674
Computer and Video Games Magazine Issues 01-126 (November 1981 - May 1992) plus Yearbooks. Computer and Video Games (C+VG) was a long-running multi-format UK-based magazine. It went through several phases; at first, it was very much a hobbyist magazine, with plenty of type-ins and technical articles. Like most 80's UK computer magazines, it went a bit mad as the market got saturated and relaunched as an entertainment title, with some bizarre and ill-fitting Jerry Paris cartoon characters...
Amazing Computing Magazine
156
ITEMS
92,771
VIEWS
92,771
Amazing Computing was a computer magazine devoted to the Amiga computer. It was published by PiM Publications of Fall River, Massachusetts, USA, from 1985 to (sporadically) 1999. Other Amiga publications from PiM include AC's Tech for the Amiga and AC's Guide. The publisher was Don Hicks. A frequent column in Amazing Computing was "Roomers" by "the Bandito" which offered unsourced rumors, speculation, and inside information regarding developments on the AMIGA scene. These...
92,525
Kilobaud Microcomputing was a magazine dedicated to the computer homebrew hobbyists from the end of the 1970s until the beginning of the 1980s. Wayne Green, the Publisher/Editor of kilobaud, had been the publisher of BYTE magazine, (another influential microcomputer magazine of the time) where he published the first four issues in his own office. But one day in November 1975 Wayne came to work, and found that his ex wife and the rest of the Byte magazine staff had moved out of his office and...
PC Open Magazine
123
ITEMS
91,094
VIEWS
91,094
PC Open è stata una rivista di informatica, a frequenza mensile, il cui primo numero uscì in edicola nel novembre 1995. Negli ultimi anni della sua pubblicazione venne rinominata PC Open Studio e diffusa solo in abbonamento. Nel corso degli anni ha cambiato diverse volte editore. Inizialmente pubblicata da Agepe con direttore responsabile Pasquale Laurelli, passò poi al gruppo 01Net con la guida di Roberto Mazzoni. Infine fu edita dal gruppo Il Sole 24 Ore. Ogni mese venivano pubblicate...
Computist Magazine Archive
102
ITEMS
90,121
VIEWS
90,121
Computist magazine was an Apple-II oriented publication distributed and sold between 1981 and 1993. Created by Charles Haight of Softkey Publishing, the magazine was dedicated primarily to issues of copy protection, duplication of software, and matters related to the deprotection process. Originally called Hardcore Computing, the name was soon changed after a young reader's parent complained about the adult-sounding title. Besides the main Computist magazine, Softkey also published related...
RUN Magazine Archives
145
ITEMS
89,914
VIEWS
89,914
From Wikipedia: RUN was an American computer magazine published monthly by IDG Communications with its first issue debuting in January 1984. Bi-monthly publishing began in June/July 1990 (issue #78, volume 7 number 6), and went on until the magazine folded in November/December 1992 (issue #94, volume 9 number 6). In its heyday, RUN's monthly circulation was in the 200,000–300,000 range. Folio, the trade journal of the magazine industry, rated it as the second fastest-growing U.S. magazine of...
PC Player Magazine (German)
103
ITEMS
87,515
VIEWS
87,515
PC Player war ein deutsches PC-Spiele-Magazin, das von 1992 bis 2001 monatlich herausgegeben wurde. Die Gründer waren Heinrich Lenhardt und Boris Schneider. Mit einer Auflage von 140.000 Exemplaren war die PC Player im März 1994 die meistverkaufte Computerspiele-Zeitschrift Deutschlands. Sie war der Versuch, erstmals mit einer Zeitschrift über PC-Spiele ein älteres Publikum anzusprechen. Die Erstausgabe 1/93 wurde Ende 1992 auf der „World of Commodore“-Messe in Frankfurt verkauft. Die...
Amstrad Action Magazine
117
ITEMS
85,141
VIEWS
85,141
From Wikipedia: Amstrad Action was a monthly magazine, published in the United Kingdom, which catered to owners of home computers from the Amstrad CPC range and later the GX4000 console. It was the first magazine published by Chris Anderson's Future Publishing, which with a varied line-up of computing and non-computing related titles has since become one of the foremost magazine publishers in the UK. The publication, often abbreviated to AA by staff and readers, had the longest lifetime of any...
ZZap!64 Magazine
107
ITEMS
84,667
VIEWS
84,667
Zzap!64 was a computer games magazine covering games on the Commodore International series of computers, especially the Commodore 64 (C64). It was published in the UK by Newsfield Publications Ltd and later by Europress Impact. The magazine launched in April, with the cover date May 1985 as the sister magazine to CRASH. It focused on the C64 for much of its shelf life, but later incorporated Amiga game news and reviews. Like CRASH for the ZX Spectrum, it had a dedicated cult following amongst...
Amiga Shopper Magazine
72
ITEMS
79,854
VIEWS
79,854
From Amigahistory.co.uk: Amiga Shopper was a ground breaking magazine when it was first launched in 1991. At the time the Amiga was seen as a game machine, the launch of a serious magazine that did not cover games was a finger up to the doubting Thomas'. In place of games coverage, Amiga Shopper paid a great deal of attention to the Public Domain market. At the time PD was a growing phenomenon, revered in the same fashion that free software is now. The death of its sister title, 'Public...
Win Magazine (Italia)
111
ITEMS
76,928
VIEWS
76,928
Win Magazine è una rivista mensile italiana di informatica pubblicata da Edizioni Master che si occupa specialmente del sistema operativo Microsoft Windows. La rivista è nata nel 1998 con il nome di Win 98 Magazine. Nel corso degli anni con il rilascio dei futuri sistemi operativi è passato al nome Win Magazine. Nel 2007 ha festeggiato il numero 100 assieme a un restyling del logo e il rilascio della nuova interfaccia del supporto ottico integrato. Nel numero 100 è stato anche inserito uno...
PC Mania Magazine
66
ITEMS
75,754
VIEWS
75,754
PC Mania is Bulgarian computer games media originally started as a computer magazine and transformed into on-line game media in the beginning of 2009. It is a prime Bulgarian on-line media source for gaming, Internet, and technology. It was established in 1998 and was the third Bulgarian computer games magazine after the brochure Top Games and the magazines Master Games and Gamers' Workshop. It is the oldest computer games media in the country and is indisputably the most popular media for...
BYTE Magazine Rescans
42
ITEMS
67,690
VIEWS
67,690
Rescans of issues found within the BYTE Magazine collection. Byte magazine was a microcomputer magazine, influential in the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s because of its wide-ranging editorial coverage. Whereas many magazines from the mid-1980s had been dedicated to the MS-DOS (PC) platform or the Mac, mostly from a business or home user's perspective, Byte covered developments in the entire field of "small computers and software", and sometimes other computing fields such as...
Computer Idea Magazine
251
ITEMS
67,438
VIEWS
67,438
Computer idea era una rivista italiana di informatica edita da 1Plus SRL e diretta da Andrea Maselli. Nacque nel febbraio del 2000 ed era il primo magazine quattordicinale dedicato al PC mai pubblicato in Italia. Presentava un formato lungo e stretto ed una foliazione di 100 pagine, poi passata a 84 in maniera più o meno stabile. L'elemento editoriale più caratteristico era la sua sezione centrale staccabile, denominata Passo a passo: qui viene descritto l'uso di numerosi programmi, servizi...
Aktueller Software Markt
62
ITEMS
67,107
VIEWS
67,107
Aktueller Software Markt (literally Current Software Market), commonly known by its acronym, ASM, was a German multi-platform video game magazine that was published by Tronic Verlag from 1986 until 1995. It was one of the first magazines published in Germany focused on video games, though the very first issues of ASM covered the software market in general for almost all platforms at this time, hence the magazine's full name. According to the magazine itself, it was the first computer software...
A.N.A.L.O.G. Computing Magazine
77
ITEMS
65,534
VIEWS
65,534
A.N.A.L.O.G. (from Atari Newsletter And Lots Of Games) was an American computer magazine devoted to the Atari 8-bit home computer line. It was known for its "advanced" programs in comparison to most type-in magazines of the era, especially its main rival, ANTIC, another long-lived magazine devoted to the Atari 8-bit line. ANALOGs first issue was released in January/February 1981 and it was published bi-monthly until November/December 1983 and then monthly from January 1984 on,...
Sinclair User Magazine
131
ITEMS
63,799
VIEWS
63,799
Sinclair User, often abbreviated SU, was a magazine dedicated to the Sinclair Research range of home computers, most specifically the ZX Spectrum. Initially published by ECC Publications, and later EMAP, it was published in the UK between 1982 and 1993, and was the longest running Sinclair-based magazine. Like many similar magazines, it contained news, game reviews, previews, tips, help guides, regular columns, readers' letters and cover-mounted game demos. In May 1992 the former rival...
Nuova Elettronica
30
ITEMS
63,667
VIEWS
63,667
Nuova Elettronica è una rivista italiana che si occupa di hobbistica elettronica. Creata da Giuseppe Montuschi nel 1969 a Bologna dalle ceneri della rivista Sistema Pratico. La periodicità di uscita a volte non viene rispettata prediligendo la qualità dei progetti proposti. Nonostante la rivista arrivi nelle edicole tramite il più grande distributore privato nazionale, la maggior parte dei lettori preferisce abbonarsi. Sono popolari le periodiche offerte di arretrati venduti a peso (14 kg...
Your Computer Magazine
70
ITEMS
62,184
VIEWS
62,184
Your Computer was a British computer magazine published monthly from 1981 to 1988, and aimed at the burgeoning home computer market. At one stage it was, in its own words, "Britain's biggest selling home computer magazine". It offered support across a wide range of computer formats, and included news, type-in program listings, and reviews of both software and hardware. Hardware reviews were notable for including coverage of the large number of home microcomputers released during the...
Antic Magazine Collection
164
ITEMS
59,042
VIEWS
59,042
From Wikipedia: Antic was the name of a home computer magazine devoted to the Atari 8-bit computer line (Atari 400/800 and compatibles). Its ISSN is 0113-1141. It took its name from the ANTIC chip which produced the Atari line's graphics. The first issue was published in April 1982. While it began as a bimonthly magazine, within a year it had gone monthly. The last issue was in June/July 1990. All told, 88 issues were published. A "Best of" book was also published. Its main rival in...
Ahoy! Magazine Archive
70
ITEMS
56,779
VIEWS
56,779
Ahoy! was a magazine published between January 1984 and January 1989 that focused on all Commodore International color computers, but especially the Commodore 64 and Amiga. It was noted for the quality and learnability of its type-in program listings. It published many games in BASIC and occasionally printed programs in standard, readable assembly language rather than the relatively obscure hexadecimal listings used by other magazines such as Compute! and RUN, although in its February 1985...
68 Micro Magazine
120
ITEMS
55,334
VIEWS
55,334
68 Micro Journal Magazine was a magazine "dedicated to the 68XXX user", and covered a variety of machines, including programming tips and general information.
DPK Magazine
204
ITEMS
52,626
VIEWS
52,626
DPK Magazine is a Russian-language computer magazine from the late 2000s.
Personal Computer World (UK)
22
ITEMS
52,520
VIEWS
52,520
Personal Computer World (usually referred to as PCW) (February 1978 - June 2009) was the first British computer magazine. Although for at least the last decade it contained a high proportion of Windows PC content (reflecting the state of the IT field), the magazine's title was not intended as a specific reference to this. At its inception in 1978 'personal computer' was still a generic term, and did not refer specifically to the Wintel (or 'IBM PC compatible') platform; in fact, such a thing...
Amiga Shopper
108
ITEMS
52,261
VIEWS
52,261
From RetroPDFs. I’m very proud to announce that Amiga Shopper is finally available for download. After more than a year of measuring, cutting, bleeding, swearing, scanning, processing, compressing and checking, all 71 issues – plus the “preview” issue and a couple of extra bits’n’pieces – is now ready for the world. To my knowledge, this is the first complete collection of Amiga Shopper’s available for download. This all started when – after one too many bottles of...
Software Development Times
259
ITEMS
52,049
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Software Development Times, better known as SD Times, is a magazine published by BZ Media, in both a print version and an on-line electronic edition. It has been published since 2000. Since 2003, it has published an annual award list, the "SD Times 100", which honors the top 100 leaders and innovators in the software development industry, as judged by SD Times' editors.
Your Sinclair Magazine
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Your Sinclair Magazine Issues 01-94 (January 1986 - September 1993. Your Sinclair was the successor to Your Spectrum, and focused on entertainment more than its predecessor. There's still a fair amount of technical content though, especially in the early issues. Towards the end of the magazine's life, it went straight for the "yoof" market, and as the Spectrum declined so did the page count.
Linux for You Magazine
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Open Source For You (OSFY) (Formerly Linux For You) is Asia's first publication about Linux and Open Source Software. This monthly magazine from India was launched in February 2003 by the EFY Enterprises Pvt. Ltd, which also publishes other magazines, such as Electronics For You. The magazine is also distributed in Singapore and Malaysia. OSFY has been identified as an important part of the FLOSS culture in India. Open Source for You's content ranges from introductory tutorials for new Linux...
Family Computing Magazine
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Family Computing was a 1980s U.S. computer magazine published by Scholastic, Inc.. It covered all the major home computer platforms of the day including the Apple II series, Commodore Vic 20 and 64, Atari 8-bit family as well as the IBM PC and Apple Macintosh. It printed a mixture of product reviews, how-to articles and type-in programs. The magazine also featured a teen-oriented insert called K-Power, written by Stuyvesant High School students called the Special-K's. The section was named...
64'er Magazine
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Die Zeitschrift 64'er – Das Magazin für Computerfans war ein von 1984 bis 1996 vom Markt+Technik Verlag vertriebenes Computermagazin. In den 1980er Jahren war es neben den Data-Becker-Büchern eine der wichtigsten Informationsquellen für Commodore 64-Anwender im deutschsprachigen Raum. Die Erstausgabe 04/1984 erschien auf der Cebit 1984. Neben zahlreichen Kursen für Einsteiger und Fortgeschrittene, oft seitenlangen Listings zum Abtippen und vielerlei Tipps und Tricks wagte das Magazin...
80 Micro Magazine
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80 Micro was a home computing magazine published by CWC/I publications (Wayne Green) between 1980 and 1988 about the TRS-80 microcomputer built by Tandy Corporation and sold through Radio Shack. The magazine featured program listings for the machine, primarily written in BASIC and occasionally Z80 assembly language. These programs were printed in the magazine, but could be purchased on cassette tape and diskette media under the name Load 80 to save some typing. The magazine also featured...
Sandhills Reference Series
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Sandhills Publishing Company is a privately held American magazine publishing company. It publishes trade and consumer publications for the computer, trucking, agriculture, aircraft, and heavy machinery industries. Its monthly technology-themed publications are Computer Power User ("CPU"), SmartComputing (formerly known as PC Novice), PC Today and First Glimpse (formerly known as CE Lifestyles). Its trade publications are Processor, Controller, Executive Controller, CharterHub,...
Power Play Magazine
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Power Play Magazine is a german-language video game magazine produced in the 1990s and discontinued around the turn of the century.
Your Computer Magazine
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Your Computer was a British computer magazine published monthly from 1981 to 1988, and aimed at the burgeoning home computer market. At one stage it was, in its own words, "Britain's biggest selling home computer magazine". It offered support across a wide range of computer formats, and included news, type-in program listings, and reviews of both software and hardware. Hardware reviews were notable for including coverage of the large number of home microcomputers released during the...
The Transactor Magazine
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The Transactor magazine started as a 2-page newsletter dated April 30, 1978 and was published throughout the 1980's. One of the noted C64 hardware-hacking magazines, it was originally published by Commodore Canada. It was purchased from BMB Compuscience, the parent company, by the entire editorial team in April 1987 and sold to Antony Jacobsen & Ben Lewis, Croftward Limited (the publisher of Commodore Computing International among others) in November 1988. Croftward continued publishing...
Acorn User Magazine
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Acorn User magazine was founded by Acorn Computers in 1982, contract-published by Addison-Wesley, to coincide with the launch of the BBC Micro. It covered the range of Acorn home computers, the BBC Micro and Atom at first and later the Electron, Archimedes and Risc PC. The first issue was dated July/August 1982. From the April 1984 issue, the magazine came under the control of Redwood Publishing, a company recently founded by Michael Potter (a former publisher at Haymarket Publishing),...
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The longest-running Amiga magazine in Australia, published from 1983 to 1996.
IO Programmo Magazine
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IA Programmo Magazine is an Italian-language computer magazine.
Micro 6502 Journal
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MICRO: the 6502 Journal was a 6502-specific magazine published by Robert M. Tripp. From apple2history.org description of MICRO 6502 Journal: Robert M. Tripp got his start with computers in 1960 as an undergraduate in an unrelated field. He found the computer programming so interesting that he became a programmer in 1969, and started with the 6502 microprocessor in 1976, initially with the KIM-1 trainer sold by MOS Technology. He started a business, “The COMPUTERIST”, and sold the KIM-1...
Topics: 6502 Micro Journal, 6502, Newsletters
Popular Computing Weekly
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Popular Computing Weekly was a computer magazine in the UK published from the early 1980s until the early 1990s. It was sometimes referred to as PCW (although that abbreviation is more commonly associated with Personal Computer World magazine). Its subject range was general-purpose, covering gaming, business, and productivity software. During 1989 it incorporated Computer Gamesweek. It was noteworthy for being the only national weekly computer magazine of the time, and for its backpage being...
Gambler Magazine (Polish)
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The Gambler Magazine is a Polish-language computer and games magazine published in the late 1990s.
STart Magazine
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STart Magazine was a spin-off computer magazine started by ANTIC magazine. Unlike ANTIC, STart focused on Atari's new ST computer line. The magazine lasted 42 issues, from 1986 to 1991, actually outliving its parent. It originally started from Atari ST specific sections in ANTIC magazine, later becoming a separate monthly publication in 1986. Each issue included a 3.5-inch cover disk. Its main rivals were ST-Log, which spun out of A.N.A.L.O.G. magazine, and Compute!'s ST Magazine. Both of these...
EDN Magazine
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EDN (ISSN 0012-7515) is an electronics website and formerly a magazine owned by UBM Tech, a division of UBM LLC. The current editor-in-chief and brand director is Patrick Mannion with the editorial offices of the magazine in San Francisco, California and Manhasset, New York, USA. EDN magazine was published monthly, in April 2013 UBM Tech announced it would cease publication of the print edition of the magazine after the June 2013 issue. The first issue of Electrical Design News — the...
TheOne Magazine
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The One was a video game magazine in the United Kingdom which covered 16-bit home gaming during the late 1980s and early 1990s. It was first published by EMAP in October 1988 and initially covered computer games aimed at the Atari ST, Commodore Amiga, and IBM PC markets. Like many similar magazines, it contained sections of news, game reviews, previews, tips, help guides, columnist writings, readers' letters, and cover-mounted disks of game demos. The magazine was sometimes criticised for...
Page 6 Magazine (Atari)
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Page 6 (subtitled Atari Users Magazine, and later known as New Atari User) was an independent British publication aimed at users of Atari home computers. It was published between 1982 and 1998. The magazine supported both the Atari 8-bit family of computers (400/800/XL/XE) and the Atari ST range. The magazine had its origins in the newsletter of the Birmingham User's Group, an independent Atari club based in England. Les Ellingham was appointed to be the editor of the newsletter, but decided...
Commodore Magazine
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Commodore Magazine Volume 8, 9, and 10. Lived from January of 1987 to October of 1989.
SoftSide Magazine
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SoftSide Magazine is a defunct computer magazine, begun in October 1978 by Roger Robitaille and published by SoftSide Publications of Milford, New Hampshire. Descriptions for this collection have been added by Thomas Chester.
ZX Computing Magazine
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ZX Computing Magazine Issues 01-38 (Summer 1992 - May 1987). ZX Computing was published by Argus Specialist Publications and covered all Sinclair micros, from the ZX80 through to the QL and Spectrum 128. It was published bi-monthly until April 1986, when it underwent a significant redesign and was published monthly until May 1987. The early issues concentrated on type-ins and technical articles; after the revamp most games-based content was carried. Of particular interest are the articles by...
Info Magazine
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.info (originally INFO=64) was a computer magazine covering Commodore 8-bit computers and later the Amiga. It was published from 1983 to 1992. INFO=64 began as a newsletter published by its founder, Benn Dunnington, operating out of a spare bedroom in his home. After a few issues, the entrepreneurial spirit struck and he decided to expand it into a full-fledged magazine. The first few issues of the magazine were published by Dunnington operating as a sole proprietorship in the state of...
Ahoy! magazine
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Ahoy! was a magazine published between January 1984 and January 1989 that focused on all Commodore International color computers, but especially the Commodore 64 and Amiga. It was noted for the quality and learnability of its type-in program listings. It published many games in BASIC and occasionally printed programs in standard, readable assembly language rather than the relatively obscure hexadecimal listings used by other magazines such as Compute! and RUN, although in its February 1985...
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Aktueller Software Markt (literally Current Software Market), commonly known by its acronym, ASM, was a German multi-platform video game magazine that was published by Tronic Verlag from 1986 until 1995. It was one of the first magazines published in Germany focused on video games, though the very first issues of ASM covered the software market in general for almost all platforms at this time, hence the magazine's full name. According to the magazine itself, it was the first computer software...
8000 Plus Magazine
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8000 Plus (renamed PCW Plus early in 1992) was a monthly British magazine dedicated to the Amstrad PCW range of microcomputers. It was one of the earliest magazines from Future Publishing, and ran for just over ten years, the first issue being dated October 1986 and the last (as PCW Plus) being issue 124, dated Christmas 1996. Science fiction writer David Langford wrote a regular column for 8000/PCW Plus, which ran (albeit not continuously) for the magazine's entire lifespan.
Computer Shopper Magazine
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Computer Shopper was a monthly consumer computer magazine published by SX2 Media Labs. The magazine ceased print publication in April 2009. Continuously published for 30 years, Computer Shopper magazine was established in 1979 in Titusville, Florida. It began as a tabloid-size publication on yellow newsprint that primarily contained classified advertising and ads for computers (then largely kit-built, hobbyist systems), parts, and software. The magazine was created by Glenn Patch, publisher of...
8000 Plus Magazine
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8000 Plus (renamed PCW Plus early in 1992) was a monthly British magazine dedicated to the Amstrad PCW range of microcomputers. It was one of the earliest magazines from Future Publishing, and ran for just over ten years, the first issue being dated October 1986 and the last (as PCW Plus) being issue 124, dated Christmas 1996. Science fiction writer David Langford wrote a regular column for 8000/PCW Plus, which ran (albeit not continuously) for the magazine's entire lifespan. -- Wikipedia
Electronique et Loisirs
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Electronique et Loisirs (Translation: Electronics and Entertainment) Magazine
Micro Magazine
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From its debut in May 1983 until the publication of its final issue in July 2006, Microcontamination and then MICRO was recognized as one of the leading technical trade magazines in the semiconductor and related advanced micro/nanoelectronics manufacturing fields.
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Commodore Microcomputers was one of a pair of computer magazines published by Commodore Business Machines in support of their 8-bit home computer lines of the 1980s. The other was called Commodore Microcomputers. It was published Bi-monthly. Commodore Microcomputers initially primarily served Commodore's business customers but as those users standardized on CP/M and later MSDOS, the coverage of the two magazines essentially overlapped, with the last official Commodore Microcomputer magazine...
INFO Magazine
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.info (originally INFO=64) was a computer magazine covering Commodore 8-bit computers and later the Amiga. It was published from 1983 to 1992. INFO=64 began as a newsletter published by its founder, Benn Dunnington, operating out of a spare bedroom in his home. After a few issues, the entrepreneurial spirit struck and he decided to expand it into a full-fledged magazine. The first few issues of the magazine were published by Dunnington operating as a sole proprietorship in the state of...